Max Creek Live at The Living Room on 1989-03-25
Set 1: You Write the Book > Down on the Corner, Willow Tree, Stagger Lee, Gypsy Blue, Just a Rose > Hand Jive > Magic Carpet Ride. Set 2: Emerald Eyes > Rainbow, Silver Dancer, Pissed Off, Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, Louisiana Sun > Lawyers Guns and Money > Cassidy. Encore: Twist and Shout.
Collection MaxCreekBand/Artist Max CreekVenue The Living RoomLocation Providence, RISource aud > audio cassettesLineage Master cassettes > Yamaha KX-W321 cassette deck > Griffin iMic > Wire Tap Pro > aiff > SoundSoap 2 (tape hiss removal) > Peak Pro 5.2 (audio editing) > xACT > flacTaped by Greg LoganTransferred by Ed Hall
First notes of "Stagger Lee" missing; fade-in added
First notes of "Gypsy Blue" missing; fade-in added
First notes of "Emerald Eyes" missing; fade-in added
Two short glitches at start of "Twist and Shout"
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April 11, 2010
sweet gems inside
just sampled the previous night and now going thru this show... silver dancer is quickly becoming a favorite. ramblin' gamblin' man has a really nice jaunty country feel and louisiana sun's funk rock just began to blow my mind.
good recording as well :)
March 25, 2010
21 years ago...
Max Creek tore it up! I was vacillating for a while between 3.25.05 and 3.25.89, but gave up the 20+ minute Devil’s Heart and went with the ’89 show. This show has by far the better song selection, especially when it comes to Mmmmark. Plus it didn't hurt that this show also features one of my most faved Scott tunes. But really, Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man *and* Lawyers Guns and Money? Schweet!!
Lo and behold I was not disappointed. Raw and powerful, these guys sure did bring it home this night.
Props to Greg and Ed for sharing the music.